Monday 28 November 2011

The Muppets: A Most Sensational, Celebrational, Muppetational Film

"It's time to put on makeup. It's time to dress up right..." Ahh, 2011 sure has been the year of going back to Mel's childhood. First, there was Super 8, now, it's The Muppets. Oh my God did I love this show growing up. Pigs in Space, The Swedish Chef, Dr. Teeth and the Electric Mayhem band...I loved it all. This movie was bar none the best Muppet movie in a very long time. Hell, it's one of the best movies of this year. Now, maybe that's because I'm looking at it with ye olde rose-colored glasses, but I don't care. Like the song says, I had a Muppetational good time.

Monday 7 November 2011

Frodo Is A Serial Killer

Remember Sin City and the shock of seeing cute little Frodo, Elijah Wood, as Kevin the Cannibal? Ewwww!!! He was awesomely intense and completely vile. Well, kids, Deadline reports that our dear hobbit will once again appear in a villainous role, this time as a serial killer in Maniac.

Thursday 3 November 2011

Amanda Seyfried Is Deep Throat

All right my peeps, get your minds into the gutter and let the talking begin. Amanda Seyfried has been cast as the infamous porn star, Linda Lovelace, in Ron Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman's biopic, Lovelace. There about a million snarky comments coming to mind right now, all of them centering around my friend's reaction. "Oh no, not my innocent and beautiful Amanda." I digress.

Tuesday 1 November 2011

The Bad Movie

When was the last time you went to the movies, sat there with your over priced coke and popcorn and thought 'Geez, this movie sucks'. Once, maybe twice....three times? When have you settled down with a DVD and at the end of it felt like 90 minutes of your life has been ripped from your life. If this happens to you often... You might not like this post.
No, this post is dedicated to those bad movies, we all hate to love. The guilty pleasure that is bad dialogue, bad acting and a shoo in for the Razzie Awards. Featuring Hollywood greats, like Jennifer Lopez, Elizabeth Berkeley and Halle Berry.